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Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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Higaonon tribal tradition

MISAMIS ORIENTAL. A Higaonon tribal tradition that those who participates in an opening prayer ritual must put a memento as “attendance” in order for the spirits acknowledge your presence, in modern times, it is now symbolized with a one peso coin. The opening ritual is part of the Higaonon tribe's welcome to the officials and guests of Misamis Oriental Provincial Government, as they visited the hinterland community in Pulang Yuta (red soil), Barangay Aposkahoy, in Claveria. (Stephanie Berganio)

MISAMIS ORIENTAL. A Higaonon tribal tradition that those who participates in an opening prayer ritual must put a memento as “attendance” in order for the spirits acknowledge your presence, in modern times, it is now symbolized with a one peso coin. The opening ritual is part of the Higaonon tribe's welcome to the officials and guests of Misamis Oriental Provincial Government, as they visited the hinterland community in Pulang Yuta (red soil), Barangay Aposkahoy, in Claveria. (Stephanie Berganio)


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